This is the page where we go in depth to show the foundation’s intention, team members and objectives.

As earth and sky themselves...

along with all other powerful elements
sustain an infinity of beings
so may we too be a support for life.


Performing Consecration in Tibet

We believe that conscious engagement in projects that positively impact groups, the environment, and society at large can transform our world.  We seek to embody Dudjom International Foundation’s values of altruism, care, and intelligent discernment to identify unique opportunities to lessen others’ difficulties and contribute to their happiness and well-being.  These may involve providing for unmet material needs as well as opportunities for spiritual development through the teachings of the Buddha.

Who We Are

We are a group of volunteers united in our belief that kindness requires action. We strive to live according to the wisdom of Buddha, and we have come together under the leadership of Dudjom Rinpoche III to support his vision of making compassion an active practice. We are global. Dudjom International Foundation exists in Nepal, Europe and the United States.

What We Do

Dudjom International Foundation launched in Nepal in the spring of 2019 with a consecration ceremony on land at Yangleshö, in the village of Pharping. This is the site where Dudjom Rinpoche III is building a large-scale replication of Guru Rinpoche’s abode Zangdok Palri, The Glorious Copper-Colored Mountain. The project, estimated to take several years, will create in intricate detail this pure abode of Padmasambhava, the Indian master known for his role in establishing Secret Mantra Vajrayana in Tibet. The Foundation will be focusing effort and energy on this major work in the coming years and welcomes all support.


The Foundation also supports other projects that accord with its mission, such as life release, throughout the year in different parts of the world.


We are entirely supported by individual donors and contributions from other foundations.

No amount is considered too small. We rejoice in our ability to create merit collectively and welcome any and all contributions.